It is here, as intimated in previous posts!
That which began as a simple means of releasing frustrations and downright annoyance at the nascent and ridiculous nationalism released by the Brexit Fur-ren-dumb. Which then evolved into a series of posts has now taken book form and within the next 60 hours (or so) will be available through Amazon’s Kindle for the economic sum of 0.80p or 0.99 cents or 0.93 of a euro, and so forth. (ratesofexchangemayvarypleasecheckyourconverter).
(At this point I was going to insert a YouTube of Handel’s The Halleluiah Chorus, but since I might get into copyright problems because this post can be classed as Marketing…..errr…I didn’t…so instead here’s a picture of Handel
and you can hum the tune)
Oh yes, of course silly me!!
The True History of The Isles Volume 1 Prehistory to 1216 Ce-ish.
My authorship name is R J Llewellyn, but searching by that method is not advised; at least not in the UK because normally you get referred to either very academic books or erotica, neither of which I remotely associated with (You know how quirky the Amazon search engine can be).
As with all writers of histories I hope to cause controversies, be labelled as a ……….. (whatever), be vilified in prestigious history journals and Joy of Joys be criticised on social media for as the old show-biz agent’s saying goes ‘No Publicity Is Bad Publicity’
To mark this event, there will be a series of posts this week covering such topics as:
Doesn’t Kindle Do Funny Things To The Layout of Your Book, and Why I Left It As It Was.(serious reason)
How Not To Market A Book (The Heroically Bad Writer explains they are who they are)
How To Get The Best Out Of This Book
Some Thoughts on Writing Histories.
Some Thoughts on Writing.
I will also confirm that Amazon’s computers have not gone all Skynet and have actually placed it as available. Tuesday 14th March 2017 19:00 GMT (I think)
In conclusion….Thanks my fellow WP community members; you have made it possible that another book has been produced…….As for the ramifications of that event I will shoulder the blame.